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In this tutorial, you will learn how to get the best of Blue Cat’s Late Repliesfactory presets, with its multiple types of sub-presets for each section and the lock icons for base delay, GUI settings and ducking.
Blue Cat’s Late Replies offers a flexible approach to manage the delay time across its multi-tap section and feedback loops.
In this video Eli Krantzberg explains the base delay settings, and tells you how to use (or not to use) the grid and random functions to create in or out-of-sync delays. You will also learn how to link the taps and feedback loops together to quickly edit them all at once.
Got your copy of Blue Cat’s Late Replies? Not sure how to get started? Haven’t tried the plug-in yet and wondering why you would need yet another delay plug-in?
Don’t worry: here is a video that walks you through the main features of our creative delay and multi fx plug-in, with full details and concrete examples. Watch out! This may change forever what you think about a delay plug-in can do for you!
“I really like it – it’s different. […] In 2016 Blue Cat Audio released Destructor, a very clever amp/distortion plug-in, and that changed things for me.[…] I’ve got the feeling that this is going to change the way I work with delays. […] This is a plug-in that can be as simple a you want it to be, or as complicated, which is quite nice. “